Jeff Hardy recently made some headlines when he was arrested for driving while intoxicated after he wrecked his Cadillac and took out about 100 feet of guardrail in the process. But other than that he seems to be doing well.

Hardy could very well be on his way back to the ring and if WWE doesn’t edit him out of the Ultimate Deletion match then next week’s Raw could very well see his return to WWE television.

Dave Meltzer noted in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that if Hardy doesn’t appear in the Ultimate Deletion match between Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt then that means WWE simply took him out of the segment. It was also speculated that Hardy might be required to go back to rehab if he wants to return to the road since he has a history of drug and alcohol problems.

But it looks like Jeff is spending his free time constructively as he seemingly merges two passions into one. He loves pro wrestling and art, therefore a painted steel chair seems incredibly appropriate to come from someone like The Charismatic Enigma.

It would be interesting to see how much one of those sick chairs would sell for unless he possibly painted them up for a different, more violent reason.

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Tommaso Ciampa has been on fire recently on social media and if you need a nice kick in the pants then he’s the one to give it to you. His brutal truth has translated into major heel status and he seems to be loving every second of it.

Toys R Us is going out of business and that is an incredibly sad thing for me to think about. But it doesn’t seem to bother Ciampa too much because his first job was working for the chain toy store that’s about to be forced to close their doors.

As you can read here Tommaso is pretty happy about getting the last laugh over his former manager who made fun of him for following his dreams.